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#24 of 808 Things To Do in Mumbai
le pain quotidien
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G2, 3 North Avenue, Maker Maxity, BKC Road, Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051, India
onwards 1500.0 for two
All days of the week
8:00 AM - 11:30 PM
Working Professionals
Young Professionals
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good for
Party Animals
popular dishes
Spiced Tandoori Cheese Tartine
Bekti Fish with Lemon Butter Sauce and Kasundi Potatoes
Sliced Tenderloin with Prune and Thyme Sauce
Business Lunch
Group Friendly
Fine Dining
Air Conditioned
Parking Available
Valet Only
Take Away Counter
Private Parties
Non Vegetarian
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Get ready. Two happy surprises ahead. Both located in the bellybutton of Mumbai (Bandra Kurla complex). Both deliver great value. Both are open through the day, both are international restaurants. While the brand new Le Pain Quotidien comforts, Yauatcha dazzles. On friendship day (8th August) I bully a foursome (whove been friends since they were two years old) to let me barge in on their dinner and eavesdrop too. The well-traveled buddies have eaten in the mother restaurants abroad, be it the bubbly Viveka Purandare in NYC (studying economic policy in Columbia)or the witty Neil Ramchandani who had a successful job as investment banker in NYC and has recently turned entrepreneur.nnWhile the pure vegetarian Rishabh Sheth ( working in the oilfield family companies) helps us check that angle, writer Dhruv Uday Singh from Los Angeles not only shares his palate opinion but his friends see him off to the international airport straight from the dinner. We love both restaurants, in LPQ at BKC we pay Rs 10,000 approx( includes a bottle of Italian Rose wine) and in Yauatcha its Rs 8000 approx (no alcohol) And yes, like Arnold Schwaznegger We'll be back.nnForget about pronouncing luh paN koh-ti-dyaN , lets just say we went to LPQ at BKC, Mumbai's second bakery cafe chain from Belgium.The name may mean Daily bread but this 152nd restaurant of the group serves much more (and has actually made menu additions of warm dishes for the Indian palate.) Both the Colaba and BKC branches with their bleached wood interiors are suffused with a relaxed, casual, farmhouse feel. We love the glass-walls of this one, and it's second room with it's large bar counter. It's the freshly baked breads on the counter and the long communal table (the very first of which the owner chef Alain Caumont had got from a flea market) which occupy centrestage. The friendly Imran serves up the short menu of salads, soups, sharing platters and Tartines (read open sandwiches) which is identical to Colaba. The consistent winners? Warm buttery croissants, the well made vegetarian lasagna and flavorsome pork belly. TheTartines are okayish, though too bready. The Smoked salmon one is mediocre. Undercooked potatoes accompany the well made chicken with dill. The bassa with kasundi is exceptional.nnThe disappointments? Breads on the table are dry, the vegetarian quiche encased in a thick pastry shell and the desserts are uninventive and unexceptional, except for the light bread and butter pudding and the oozing chocolate lava cake. Open breakfast onwards, Happy hours (4 to 8pm 50 % off on domestic alcohol). Sunday brunches ( Rs 1250 and Rs 1450 with alcohol. Kiddy Rs 800.) Open all day, well-priced and comforting.

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3 Le Pain Quotidien reviews
Oct 07 2013
I have been to LPQ several times...Located at BKC, it has chosen one of the finest locations, as many people have their business meetings in that area. Beautiful and Warm place...Personally, I loved the ambiance of this place...Its decor invites ...... read more
Oct 07 2013
I love how beautiful this place is! The large windows allow ample sunshine and make the wooden interiors look divine. Order a glass or two of sangria and dig into some fresh food here. The tartines and hot dishes really impressed me. The bread someti ...... read more